U.S. Army Garrison Fort Hunter Liggett
Our Campaign Plan
That Defines Our Future

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Goals and Objectives



LEADERSHIP
Create a Sustainable Culture of Excellence

  • Communicate and integrate the garrison mission, vision and values into all levels of the workforce and local community
  • Sustain an effective workforce
  • Facilitate networking and exchanging knowledge and skills across organizational boundaries
  • Measure and validate leaders excellence


READINESS
Enable Military Readiness and Training

  • Institute Training Support programs that meet or exceed customer requirements
  • Improve Installation Force Protection Program
  • Provide Family Programs and Services to meet the needs of Soldiers and their families


INFRASTRUCTURE
Provide State of the Art Facilities and Infrastructure

  • Plan and manage installation development to adapt to changing requirements
  • Modernize IT infrastructure through the use of enhanced IT and communication technologies
  • Provide energy and environmental sustainability – Establish sustainability program


RESOURCES
Optimize the Use of Army Resources in a Dynamic Environment

  • Fully integrate resource (funding) decisions into strategic planning process
  • Fully integrate resource (people) decisions into strategic planning process
  • Fully integrate resource (materiel) decisions into strategic planning process


Vision

Become the Premier Training Center and Future Reserve National Training Center.

Mission

Provide Installation Services and Sustain Facilities to Enable Total Force Readiness.

Command Philosophy

  • People make the critical difference – a well-led, motivated workforce will accomplish the mission despite resource shortfalls.
  • Quality is more important than quantity – well-led, well-trained teams with defined objectives are key to success.
  • Expertise cannot be mass produced or acquired overnight – competency must be created before the need arises to use it.

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